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In Win 703 Mid Tower Chassis Review

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In Win’s 703 Mid Tower Chassis is today’s topic of discussion. Coming in on Amazon at $74.09, this case is a steal for under $100. This mid tower case is like a dapper suit for your components. It’s strong bold colours resonate the beauty and strength of this case. It comes in two colour patterns, a predominately black with red and ... Read More »

Intel’s Tick-Tock Production Cycle Slows Down

Intel Skylake

Most PC enthusiasts have heard about Intel’s Tick-Tock production cycle. Simply put, each Tock introduces a new micro-architecture while the Tick then miniaturizes to a small fabrication process. This meant the new CPU series was introduced once a year where one year a Tock is introduced and the following a Tick is then introduced in which the process repeats itself. ... Read More »

G.Skill Ripjaws 4 DDR4-3000 Memory Review

16GB G.Skill RipJaws 4 3000MHz

G.Skill memory has a great reputation, especially with PC enthusiasts, gamers,  overclockers and extreme overclockers. They have made DIMM’s using various IC’s from PSC on their DDR3 Pi series, Hynix IC’s on the Ripjaws line and with Samsung on their DDR3 TridentX line up.  Today, we have  G.Skill Ripjaws4 DDR4 3000CL15 16GB kit on the Bench with the product code ... Read More »

Gigabyte F2A88X-UP4 AMD Motherboard Review

Gigabyte Motherboard FM2+ A88x UP4

Thanks to our friends at AMD we are glad to bring you a Gigabyte A88X UP4 Motherboard Review. This board came with our test kit of the AMD A8 7650K APU which was a pleasant surprise thanks to our experiences in the past with other Gigabyte boards like the Z97X UD3-BK and the X99-UD3P so naturally we have some high expectations, does ... Read More »

Intel Rumored to Switch Back to FIVR in 2017

Intel Core I7

The Haswell platform was where Intel introduced FIVR or the fully integrated voltage regulator unit. This placed some of the VR (Voltage Regulation) on the die allowing for motherboards to have less power phases on board. For the upcoming Skylake and including next years Kaby Lake, Intel has decided to go back to the traditional power delivery system with voltage ... Read More »

NVIDIA Partners Cut Prices of GeForce GTX 980 Ti and GTX 980 In Response to AMD R9 Fury


Over the weekend, it appears some of NVIDIA’s AIBs (add-in board partners) have quietly cut prices of high-end Maxwell based GeForce GTX 980, and 980 Ti graphics cards. The move seems to be in response to the disruptive launch of the new AMD R9 Fury cards, which have been making quite the splash among reviewers since they launched early Friday morning. ... Read More »

Kingston DataTraveler 4000 G2 (64GB) Review

Kingston DataTraveler 4000G2

Today we will look at the Kingston DataTraveler 4000 G2 64GB USB 3.0 flash drive. To see if this flash drive can deliver what it promises we will put it through some rigorous testing. The flash drive comes with built in FIPS 140-2 level-3 validated hardware. The 256 Bit AES encryption and anti-theft measures, which include, after ten attempts of ... Read More »

Makeblock mBot Educational STEM Robot – Overview

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Inspiring future generations to learn, never mind learn computer programming, at a younger age, provides a great outlook as to what we can expect in the years to come. It’s also interesting to read stories of children who, at such young ages, have taken an interest in such, and are already doing mind-blowing things with robotics and computers. Its easy to ... Read More »

Sennheiser MX 686G Sport Earphone Review

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Summer is here, and as we start off July, some may be re-starting their fitness routine. It has been said in studies that just by listening to your favorite music, you can see an increase in your performance and endurance. A pretty simple tweak to help you get a jump start. Why not give your gym music arsenal a switch, and ... Read More »